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Images Dated 17th March 2018

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1929: portrait of Marie Bard, poster girl for the Red Cross Featured 17 Mar 2018 Print

1929: portrait of Marie Bard, poster girl for the Red Cross

1929: portrait of Marie Bard, poster girl for the Red Cross. The caption of time read Marie Bard, 22, who is the model for the 1930 Red Cross poster and US postage stamp illustrated by artist Lawrence Wilbur. She doesn't smoke, doesn't stay up late, and cooks and cleans for her mother, a pharmacist, and her father, a coffee and tea importer, in Astoria, Queens. New York, New York, USA

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1917: a lithograph poster of Marianne, the national emblem of Fr Featured 17 Mar 2018 Print

1917: a lithograph poster of Marianne, the national emblem of Fr

1917: a lithograph poster of Marianne, the national emblem of France wearing a Phrygian cap and holding a shield and sword to advertise the Hero Land benefit for troops at the Grand Central Palace. New York City, New York, USA

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1910s, Advertising, American, Art, Benefit, Design, First World War, France, French, Hero Land, Historic, Lithograph, Marianne, Poster, Shield, Sword, Uig, United States Of America, Universal Images Group, Vintage, War, World War 1, Ww1

Buildings of the world Exhibitions, 19th century Featured 17 Mar 2018 Print

Buildings of the world Exhibitions, 19th century

Exhibition buildings of world exhibitions in the 19th century: 1-3) Buildings for the World Exhibition 1893 in Chicago, USA: 1) Machine exhibition building, 2) Building for horticulture, 3) Exhibition area (bird's eye view); 4) Main building of the world exhibition Copenhagen in 1888; 5) Map of the Paris World exhibition in 1889; 6) Interior view of the machine exhibition building from the Paris World Exhibition in 1889. Wood engravings, published in 1897